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Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich is a secondary school and sixth form with academy status for boys, located in the Peckham area of the London Borough of Southwark, England.
EDUBase URN: 135816; website: http://www.harrisdulwichboys.org.uk/
The River Peck is a small stream in London that was enclosed in 1823. The stream is uncovered on the west side of Peckham Rye Park.
Dulwich College is a 2–19 independent, day and boarding school for boys in Dulwich, London, England. It was founded in 1619 by Edward Alleyn, an Elizabethan actor, with the original purpose of educating 12 poor scholars as the foundation of 'God's Gift'.
EDUBase URN: 100861; website: http://www.dulwich.org.uk/
Dulwich Wood, together with the adjacent Sydenham Hill Wood, is the largest extant part of the ancient Great North Wood in the London Borough of Southwark. The two woods were separated after the relocation of The Crystal Palace in 1854 and the creation of the high level line in 1865. The wood is privately owned and managed by the Dulwich Estate.
Dulwich Prep London (DPL), formerly known as Dulwich College Preparatory School, is an independent preparatory school in Dulwich, south London, England for boys aged 3–13 years. The current Head Master is Louise Davidson.
EDUBase URN: 100862; website: http://www.dulwichpreplondon.org
Bricklayers Arms is a road intersection between the A2 and the London Inner Ring Road in Walworth, south London, England. It is the junction of Tower Bridge Road, Old Kent Road, New Kent Road and Great Dover Street and comprises a four-way roundabout with flyover and bypass lane. Eastbound traffic from New Kent Road to Old Kent Road bypasses the roundabout using the flyover and westbound traffic from Old Kent Road to New Kent Road uses the bypass lane.
Peckham Arch is a unique 35m span structure at the north end of Rye Lane in the London Borough of Southwark. The Arch was constructed in 1994 and was designed by architects Troughton McAslan as monument to and as instigator of regeneration in a borough which had suffered from years of decline. The Arch was the first of three capital projects around Peckham Square and was followed by construction of Peckham Library, completed in 2000. The Arch is home to a public art light sculpture conceived by the artist Ron Haselden.
National Heritage List for England number: 1385774
National Heritage List for England number: 1385432
Dulwich Prep Cranbrook is a co-educational preparatory school for children aged 3–13 near Cranbrook, Kent. Since September 2010, the Headmaster has been Paul David.
East Street Market also known locally as 'The Lane', or 'East Lane', is a street market in Walworth in South London.
The University College of Osteopathy (UCO), formerly the British School of Osteopathy (BSO), is the largest and the oldest school of osteopathy in the United Kingdom. The UCO holds Recognised Qualification (RQ) status from the statutory regulatory body for osteopathy in the UK, the General Osteopathic Council. The institution was granted degree awarding powers in October 2015, It was given University College status in September 2017 from the UK Privy Council and it is an exempt charity.
Borough Road was a mainline railway station in Southwark, south London, located on Borough Road, close to the location Borough Underground station.
Peckham Rye is an open space and road in the London Borough of Southwark in London, England. The roughly triangular open space, managed by Southwark Council, consists of two congruent areas, with Peckham Rye Common to the north and Peckham Rye Park to the south. The road Peckham Rye forms the western and eastern perimeter of the open space. Peckham Rye is also Cockney rhyming slang for tie (necktie).
St George's Circus is a road junction in Southwark, London, England. At its centre, which is now a traffic roundabout, is a historic obelisk, designed by Robert Mylne (1733–1811), in his role as surveyor and architect of Blackfriars Bridge.
The Coronet Theatre was a large live music and night-club venue with a 2,600 capacity located at 28 New Kent Road in Elephant and Castle, London, England. The historic venue operated as an entertainment venue from 1879 until 2018 and to up to its closure managed to retain all of its art deco features.
More London, part of an area known as London Bridge City, is a development on the south bank of the River Thames, immediately south-west of Tower Bridge in London. It is owned by the Kuwaiti sovereign wealth fund.